Single Car Accident

This Fort Lauderdale Single Car Accident Attorney Aggressively Pursues Justice

Anthony Quackenbush is a Fort Lauderdale, Florida Single Car Accident Lawyer who assists clients injured in single car accidents. Most car crashes involve multiple vehicles, but, in some wrecks, only one vehicle is involved. Single vehicle collisions occur due a variety of reasons. They can occur, for example, because of driver error or because of problems with the roadway.

If your single car crash occurred due to a problem with the roadway (for example, ongoing construction that wasn’t properly marked-off, debris in the roadway, etc.), then you may have a roadway construction case against the owner of the roadway or a company that maintained the roadway on the owner’s behalf.

On the other hand, if your single car wreck occurred to driver error, then you may be able to able to pursue a case against the driver him or herself if you were injured as a passenger. If this is the case, then you may be able to recover compensation from the insurance policy of the at-fault driver. Specifically, you may be able to recover compensation from the bodily injury (“BI”) policy of the at-fault driver.

UM coverage can be either “stacked” or “unstacked.” Stacked UM coverage means that the amount of coverage will be multiplied by the number of vehicles in your household. For example, if you purchased a $100,000 stacked-UM policy and you have two vehicles in your household, then you will be able to recover up to $200,000 in compensation should you be injured by an uninsured driver. Unstacked coverage, on the other hand, indicates that the amount of coverage is not multiplied by the number of vehicles in your household.

Finally, if you do not have any UM coverage and you are injured by an uninsured or underinsured driver, then you may be able to recover compensation from the UM policy of a resident-relative. That is, if you live with a relative that has UM coverage, then you may be able to recover compensation from the policy of that relative should you be injured by an uninsured or underinsured driver.

If you’ve been hurt in a single-car accident occurring anyplace in the State of Florida (including Miami/Miami-Dade County or West Palm Beach/Palm Beach County), contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711 for a free, no obligation consultation. He will gladly talk to you about the merits of your case for free.

Once you hire Mr. Quackenbush as your attorney, he will work on contingency – which means that there is no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush won’t get paid for his work until a recovery has been made in your case.

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Additionally, if the at-fault driver did not carry bodily injury coverage or did not carry enough bodily injury coverage, then you may be able to recover compensation from your own uninsured or underinsured motorist (“UM”) coverage. Uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage protects you if you are injured due to the negligence of another driver that either doesn’t have any insurance or doesn’t have enough insurance to compensate you for your injuries. In that scenario, then your uninsured or uninsured motorist coverage should step in and compensate you for your injuries.

Uninsured motorist coverage would apply in the situation where the at-fault driver did not have any bodily injury coverage. Underinsured motorist coverage, on the other hand, would apply in the situation where the at-fault driver did have bodily injury coverage but it was not enough to cover you for your injuries (for example, if the at-fault driver had a $10,000 bodily injury policy, but your injuries were catastrophic). In that scenario, you underinsured motorist coverage would step in and cover you for any damages above the $10,000.

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UM coverage can be either “stacked” or “unstacked.” Stacked UM coverage means that the amount of coverage will be multiplied by the number of vehicles in your household. For example, if you purchased a $100,000 stacked-UM policy and you have two vehicles in your household, then you will be able to recover up to $200,000 in compensation should you be injured by an uninsured driver. Unstacked coverage, on the other hand, indicates that the amount of coverage is not multiplied by the number of vehicles in your household.

Finally, if you do not have any UM coverage and you are injured by an uninsured or underinsured driver, then you may be able to recover compensation from the UM policy of a resident-relative. That is, if you live with a relative that has UM coverage, then you may be able to recover compensation from the policy of that relative should you be injured by an uninsured or underinsured driver.

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Once Mr. Quackenbush begins working on your case, he will do so on a contingency basis. This means that there will be no risk to you as you won’t be charged by Mr. Quackenbush until he helps you to make a recovery in your case.

If you’d like to discuss your case, call Mr. Quackenbush for a free, no obligation consultation. He can be reached at 786-294-7711 and will gladly talk to you about all aspects of your case.

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